Tuesday, March 25, 2014

You can tell I'm a mother

I have well-developed mother's logic. 'If it's not there it must be somewhere else,' I say - to myself on this occasion as all my children have left home (finally) (temporarily).

The problem is that I have the habit of removing my bra in strange places. A limited number of strange places  and, I should stress, all within the house rather than Sainsburys for example  but nevertheless inconsistent placement. 

After a fruitless search in all the obvious places and a few less likely it eventually turned up at the bottom of my wardrobe. My idea of tidying I seem to recall.


Anonymous said...

I shove bras into couch cushions.

Shirley Davis said...

Clearly, I haven't lived - but I'm cheating as I live in a bungalow ...

Ole Phat Stu said...

There's nothing as cool as wearing fresh underwear straight out of the fridge ;-)

Leslie: said...

I always tell Lorne after dinner, "I'll be right back; I have to let the girls out." then I put it carefully in the drawer. But I think you just like to "tease" your hubby! LOL

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hahahaha , I really don't know how you do it Liz , you make me roar. I only take mine off in the bedroom ... unless I am at my friends having a Jacuzzi lol ..

Robyn Lee said...

Yes, that's why I make sure I'm in the bedroom when I take my bra off...as opposed to the garage or balcony!

nick said...

Phew, I'm glad you've never been tempted to shed your bra in Sainsburys. Or in the doctor's waiting room. I once had a girlfriend who would remove her bra almost anywhere, just hoping nobody was looking.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I like that logic!

Trubes said...

I don't bother with a bra when at home, as I tend to wear 'tracky' bottoms an t-shirt type top, I wear those very comfy sports type bras that a fully elasticated and so comfortable...nothing digs in like a proper bra.
I always leave my undies in the same drawer in a chest of drawers in the boudoir....ha ha! notice the pun...'Chest of Drawers'....ged it 'drawers' or is it draws? too lazy to get the dictionary out.
Have a happy Mothering Sunday,
Love Di..xx

Liz Hinds said...

Yes, down the side of sofas is one favourite spot, susie.

You can still be abandoned in a bungalow, Shirl. (that sounds like a good name for a letter-writer -Abandoned in a Bungalow)

Depends on your perspective, stu

I love that phrase, leslie!

Precisely, Anne, it happens to all of us.

Balcony probably wouldn't be the best idea, robyn.

It's a skill not many of us have, nick.

If it works it's good logic, welshcakes.

Thanks, Di, hope your Mothering Sunday was good too.